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[challenge entry] If the BBC took over CNN

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(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:52, archived)
# hahahaha
Stop being so good at stuff :)
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:52, archived)
# k :)


look!!!111! I made teh penis car bandwagons!
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:54, archived)
# Better
A+++++++++ Great b3tar. Would ROFL again
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:56, archived)
#
my thankings to this compliment would irreversible ruin the entire universe, so I won't.

Thanks though.

DAMN!

BLOODY SHORT TERM MEMORY
(, Sat 9 Sep 2006, 1:07, archived)
# Steve Irwin's dead?
someone better write to the Whitehouse
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:54, archived)
# No, say it isn't so
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:54, archived)
# I think he was killed by a figray
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:54, archived)
# He was killed
by a string array.
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:58, archived)
# hahaha
That shouldn't be funny
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 15:01, archived)
# It's only funny to geeks
and nerds.
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 15:03, archived)
# geek humour rawks :D
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 15:03, archived)
# haha
*programming*

*sads*
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 15:04, archived)
# i will not go
turn the lights off
carry me home
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:57, archived)
# Mary Whitehouse is dead?
Someone better write to John Peel.
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:55, archived)
#
I read 'Peel' as 'Deed'
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:57, archived)
# you are too talented
therefore i must bum you

*bums*
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:54, archived)
# you're going to be busy...
... if that's your only criterion
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:54, archived)
# Ha ha!
Another great facial
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:54, archived)
# woo!
And may I add; yay!
(, Fri 8 Sep 2006, 14:55, archived)
# couldn't hurt.
I live in the States - Virginia.

Local radio sux, so on 9-11, I was listening to streaming audio from a station in Edmonton Alberta when the news hit.

I tried to connect to the CNN, FOX, AP, UPI, ABC, CBS and NBC websites and, at best, got a static image with a "we're working on it" blurb.

In desperation, I pulled up BBC.co.uk and got streaming video of the collapse of the towers and news of the Pentagon hit.

Not that I'd ever placed much faith in the various US news services, but that was pretty-much the icing on the cake...
(, Sat 9 Sep 2006, 0:08, archived)